(A) A licensee or certificate holder eligible for the practice intervention and improvement program shall enter into a participatory agreement, as set forth in rule 4723-18-04 of the Administrative Code, and shall comply with all of the terms and conditions set forth in the agreement.
(B) A participant shall provide or cause to be provided all of the following to PIIP:
(1) Written verification from an educational provider acceptable to PIIP that the participant has successfully completed the educational intervention prescribed by the supervising member; and
(2) Written verification from a workplace monitor who meets the requirements set forth in rule 4723-18-08 of the Administrative Code that, at the time of verification with respect to the identified practice deficiency, the participant's practice meets the standards of safe care set forth in chapter 4723-4, rules 4723-8-02, 4723-9-08, and 4723-9-09 of the Administrative Code, or rules 4723-23-12 or 4723-23-14 of the Administrative Code.
(C) Upon receipt of the documents required by paragraph (B) of this rule, the supervising member shall review all information relevant to the participant's remediation to determine whether the participant's practice as a licensed nurse or dialysis technician meets the standards for safe care set forth in Chapter 4723-4, rules 4723-8-02, 4723-9-08 and 4723-9-09 of the Administrative Code, or rules 4723-23-12 and 4723-14 of the Administrative Code.
(D) When the supervising member determines that the licensee's or certificate holder's identified practice deficiency has been sufficiently corrected so as to meet the standards for safe care set forth in Chapter 4723-4, rules 4723-8-02, 4723-9-08 and 4723-9-09 of the Administrative Code, or rules 4723-23-12 and 4723-23-14 of the Administrative Code, the supervising member shall notify the participant in writing that remediation has been successfully completed and participation in PIIP is concluded.
(E) When making a decision regarding disciplinary action for violations of Chapter 4723. of the Revised Code or the rules of the board, the board shall be notified if the participant previously successfully completed PIIP, in accordance with the participatory agreement executed by the licensee or certificate holder.
(F) When sufficient remediation has not occurred the board shall proceed with disciplinary action in accordance with section 4723.28 of the Revised Code.